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arms assure bear Beauf believe Biron Bran cause child comes confess dare daughter dear death desire Don Philip Enter Exit eyes faith father fear fortune give Glan hand happy hast hear heart Heaven hold honour hope hour husband Isabella Knight Lady Flut Lady Flutter least leave letter live look Lord Lord Med madam marry matter mean Medway mind Miss Rich never Nurse obliged once pardon pity poor pray reason receive SCENE Serv Servant Sifroy Sir Anthony Sir H Sir Harry sister soon soul speak suppose sure tell thank thee thing thou thought Trap truth wife wish woman wretch young
23 페이지 - Could I forget What I have been, I might the better bear What I am destin'd to : I'm not the first That have been wretched : but to think how much I have been happier ! Wild hurrying thoughts Start every way from my distracted soul, To find out hope, and only meet despair.
48 페이지 - I must fall, death's welcome in these arms. Bir. Live ever in these arms. Isa. But pardon me, Excuse the wild disorder of my soul : The joy, the strange surprising joy of seeing you, Of seeing you again, distracted me • Bir. Thou everlasting goodness ! Isa, Answer me: What hand of Providence has brought you back To your own home again ? O, satisfy Th' impatience of my heart : I long to know The story of your sufferings.
99 페이지 - Dog! villainl did not you confess to me that this gentleman picked you up not three hours ago at the same inn where I alighted ? that he had owned his stealing my portmanteau at Toledo? that if he succeeded to marry the lady you were to have a considerable sum for your pains, and these two were to share the rest of her fortune between them ? Trap.
37 페이지 - Of any other wish, be nothing mine :" But let me look upon you, view you well. This is a welcome gallantry indeed ! I...
18 페이지 - I'll wait upon ye presently ; for a minute I must beg your pardon, and leave to lay the cloth myself. Hyp. By no means, sir. Trap. No ceremony, dear sir ! Indeed I'll do it.
63 페이지 - And family, and tainted into trades. Shall I be one of them — bow, and retire, To make more room for the unwieldy heir To play the fool in ? No But how shall I prevent it ? — Biron comes To take possession of my father's love—- Would that were all ! there is a birth-right too That he will seize.
71 페이지 - He did; and he was with us when 'twas done. C. Bald. If this be true, this horrid, horrid tale, It is but just upon me : Biron's wrongs Must be reveng'd ; and I the cause of all. FT. What will you do with him ) C. Bald. Take him a-part I know too much.
115 페이지 - Friends ! I scorn his friendship ; and since he does not know how to use a gentleman; I'll do a public piece of justice, and use him like a villain. Hyp. Let me go.
39 페이지 - My friends, you will forgive me, when I own, I must prefer her peace to all the world ? Come, Isabella, let us lead the way : Within we'll speak our welcome to our friends, And crown the happy festival with joy. [Exeunt.